"First published 1935, reprinted 1968 [with some omissions]."
Smiles: A dog in the house, by B. Johnson. The happiest half-hours of life, by A.A. Milne. The tortures of week-end visiting, by R.C. Benchley. Real people, by S. Strunsky.--Wit versus humor: On the difference between wit and humor, by C.S. Brooks. Humor as I see it, by S.B. Leacock.--The college question: Who should go to college? By M. McConn. Dying for "Dear Old --," by H. Broun.--Personal reactions: Hard boiled, by A.P. Terhune.--Reading and writing: Clamming, by A. MacMechan. Theme writing, by D.C. Fisher.--In foreign places: Views of Holland, by A. Huxley. Jungle night, by W. Beebe.--Concerning women: What a young girl should know, by M.C. Banning.--Of ships and travel: Alice and the Aquitania, by C. Morley. Emblems of hope, by J. Conrad.--Progress: Prelude, May 1919, by F.L. Allen. Study helps